When a Gamma is sick with a mild cough they will let everyone know about it and make a big show of it. If a Gamma contracts a serious illness there’s certainly no stoicism involved, but you will notice they act like they are the first person in history with the illness and want to talk to everyone about. They will try to include everyone around them into their illness to ramp up the magnitude of it, like it’s a near national emergency that some random guy is sick. A Gamma can’t be just an ordinary guy with an illness, but rather a special guy who requires more attention, care, and involvement from those around him.
This, my dear zombie friends, is the trait that Bill Schmalfeldt is *particularly* good at. Dear lord, if there was a rating system for meeting these traits, I think that on a scale of 1 to 10 he would get an ELEVENTY!!!11!!1!
For this one, I’m going to go back a little bit. Not too much, but a little.
Oh boy. Now, this isn’t as far as I could go back. I found a blog that Bill was writing about his Parkinsons that dates back well over a decade.
Now, let’s see what he has said recently about all of this.
That’s kind of tame, although he was using it to try to get this entire blog taken down. Completely. Disabled. Think on that for a moment.
But wait. If he was COMPLETELY DISABLED, would he be able to do THIS:
Somehow I don’t think that “completely disabled” means what he thinks it means. Or perhaps he only uses that nomeclature when he’s trying to get whatever he can from somebody. Hmmmmm.
*SOB!* Determined! To get the TRUTH! So….. Weak…..
Oh wait. Sorry. This was from a while ago as well. But kinda apropos at the moment, you know? His PARKINSONS DISEASE will SAVE THE DAY!!!!!!